Buddy Huffaker, Executive Director of the Aldo Leopold Foundation.
Buddy Huffaker talks with University Place Presents host Norman Gilliland about the Aldo Leopold Legacy Center in Baraboo, a net zero energy use building. Huffaker discusses the use of solar panels, solar hot water heaters and wood as the choices for making the Center a zero energy use facility.
Annette Miller, Community Services
Manager, Madison Gas and Electric.
Annette Miller discusses how to promote green power and sustainability in diverse populations around Wisconsin.
Ben Weston, Healthy Classrooms Foundation
Ben Weston explains the process he went through to create the Healthy Classrooms Foundation, an organization he founded to encourage physical
fitness, nutrition,developmental health, and environmental responsibility in the K-12 classroom.
Neil Lerner, Director, Small Business Development Center
Neil Lerner talks about developing a small business, business planning and issues to think about if you plan to open your own business.
Mike Knetter,incoming President and CEO, University of Wisconsin
Mike Knetter discusses the circumstances that are facing public universities today and the need for entrepreneurial thinking in financing higher education.
George Gialamas, developer, The Gialamas Company
George Gialamas explains his road as an entrepreneur in developing his own real estate business. He also discusses the necessary attitude and steps one must take in order to start a successful business.
Carole MacNeil, Consultant, MacNeil Associates, Denver Colorado.
Carole MacNeil shares some of the knowledge she's developed through her work in youth civic engagement and
its role in building a civil society.
Barry Gaberman, Senior Vice President (ret.) The Ford Foundation.
Barry Gaberman focuses on the topic of civil society, expanding on what he says is its importance to those who work in and outside of this sector.
Dr. Thomas Schlenker, MD, Director of Dane County/City of Madison Public Health
Paul Soglin, Former Mayor, City of Madison
Director of Madison Public Health, Dr. Thomas Schlenker, and the former Mayor both address most dramatic decline in African-American infant mortality rates in Madison history. The decline took place between 2000 and 2007.
David Morris, co-founder and vice president of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, discusses the importance of designing local rules to promote community sustainability, including sustainable energy production and consumption.